let's make better mistakes tomorrow.

Hey you, nice to meet you! I'm Luca.

I'm 20 (I was nineteen, call meeee) and I live in Germany.
I'm a huge dork and probably the most awkward person you'll ever meet, trust me.

The things I enjoy are the good moments in life, music, playing guitar, travelling, art,
summer nights, good books, abandoned buildings, cats, long train rides, hot chocolate,
concerts, melancholia, real hugs and nature.

Here are some photos I took.
And here is some stuff I wrote.
Personal blog.



→ Aug 2014 theoceanrightnow:

(by Clive Somerville)

theoceanrightnow:

(by Clive Somerville)

→ Aug 2014

christabellamotte:

remove toxic people from your life unapologetically and without explanation. free yourself. do it now. don’t worry about the consequences just do it. go.

(via mirrorma-ru)

→ Aug 2014 allmymetaphors:

note to self

allmymetaphors:

note to self

(via anditslove)

→ Aug 2014

(Source: mementomoriiv, via the-energy)

→ Aug 2014

vacillavi:

I’m so happy.

(via hallow-queer)

→ Aug 2014 "Make the first move, tell people how you feel, stop being so scared of rejection, stop feeling so engulfed with thoughts that aren’t even yours, and stop wasting your fucking time." — what i needed to hear (via gaystray)

So a few weeks ago I was at this flea market and there was this utterly stunning girl, she had dreads and animal liberation patches on her jacket, I just couldn’t take my eyes off of her. I had never done this before because I’m so fucking shy and afraid of talking to people in general and god knows what my thoughts were in this moment, but I scribbled my phone number down and went looking for her. When I found her I stuttered something like “You caught my eye and I normally don’t do things like this but here’s my number and well do what you want with that aaaand I have to go, see ya!”. Then I felt embarassed like fuck and drank a lot of beer. A few days later she send me a text message, saying she’s probably too old for me and taken, but, BUT! she thanked me for approaching her and my courage and that I should continue to do brave things like this and that I’m a good person for overcoming my fears. And that made me more happy than everything. Moral of this story, stop being so scared, have a heart, have courage, you don’t know what might happen. And even if you don’t get what you wanted in the first place, at least you tried. That might be even better sometimes.

(via ponyhofmassaker)

→ Aug 2014

(Source: thelatestkate, via rangelei)

→ Aug 2014 lioncourt6:

Everyone should do a little of this. The world would be a better place

lioncourt6:

Everyone should do a little of this. The world would be a better place

(via hn-st-q-ml-y-pns)

→ Aug 2014
→ Aug 2014 restaurer:

014 (by Matsumoto Tonakai)

restaurer:

014 (by Matsumoto Tonakai)

(via temporality)